Cerner Earns Top Academic Medical Centers and Affiliated Teaching Hospitals Honors, 2017 Black Book™ EHR Study
Tampa, Florida, February 8, 2017 (Newswire.com) - 1,435 electronic health record users including clinicians, chief information officers, physicians and IT support managers participated in the six month crowdsourced survey assessing five comprehensive EHR vendors installed at 440 unique academic teaching institutions and inpatient healthcare delivery sites.
Black Book included academic medical center campuses, affiliated teaching hospitals, inpatient facilities with residency programs and clinics. The top five rated companies rated on eighteen key performance indicators specific to instructional institutions were announced in the Black Book report today.
Cerner garnered the highest client experience and product satisfaction grades for end-to-end EHR solutions in inpatient academic facilities. Also included in the survey result set are Epic, Allscripts, McKesson and MEDITECH.
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